It is generally harder to drive a vehicle safely when it has a damaged tire. In some cases, a damaged tire will pop or shred without warning, which could lead to a dangerous situation on Framingham roads. The good news is that there are ways to prevent a tire blowout.

Ideally, you will check your vehicle's tires prior to leaving your home each day. Doing so can help you spot any bulges, cuts or other signs that they need to be rotated or replaced. In some cases, you can resolve a problem with your vehicle's tires by inflating them.

It is not uncommon for tires to lose air pressure when they are cold or if you haven't driven your car in awhile. Small cuts or slow leaks in a tire may be sealed on your own or by taking it to an auto shop for emergency service.



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